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Letters

  • LETTER: DeWeese has listening skills needed in a lawmaker

    I taught for 40 years and one lesson I hope my students learned is to respect everyone. I had a beautiful example of someone doing this when watching busy candidate James DeWeese interact with several local children. He was truly listening and they knew it.

    We need listeners in Frankfort.

  • LETTER: Support James DeWeese

    I taught for 40 years, and one lesson I hope my students learned is to respect everyone. I had a beautiful example of someone doing this when watching busy candidate James DeWeese interact with several local children. He was truly listening, and they knew it. We need listeners in Frankfort.

  • LETTER: Thanks for support for Max Roblero

    We would like to thank all of the people of Bardstown and Nelson County who have reached out in support of Max Roblero, his wife and their children. A special thanks to the St. Joseph community and the Knights of Columbus, local law enforcement and all the individuals that have spoken to us of Max’s generous heart. Also we want to thank the very special community of Sisters of Charity of Nazareth that is a great blessing for the world.

    Lynn and John Bauscher

    Cox’s Creek

  • LETTER: Support for Alexander for coroner

    I am writing in support of my husband, Doug Alexander, as he offers his service as Nelson County coroner, bringing a strong sense of love and service to God, to family and to community.

  • LETTER: FOP contributed to good cause

    It was hot, muggy and humid, but the FOP and Ramon Pineiroa came through for an incredible cause. The Miss My Old Kentucky Home Scholarship preliminary and board are grateful to all who purchased pork chops for our first fundraiser to help raise money to send one teen and one miss off to college. The money raised will help offset books, tuition, room and board, and/or a meal plan. What a great town! What great folk! What an incredible day!

    Kimberly Ball and Deanna “de de” Cox

    MMOKH Directors

  • LETTER: Buttermilk pageant thanks organizers for supporting community

    Dear Editor:

    I just wanted to take the time to say a huge thank you and how proud I am to be a part of the Buttermilk Festival and the Sheckles family.

    On Aug. 25, at Bardstown High School auditorium, the Buttermilk Festival preliminary pageant held its largest pageant ever. There were over 50 contestants. This was our 10th year being a part of this amazing festival and family. The success of this pageant could not be done without the support of “my mayor for life, Bill Sheckles,” and the incredible Buttermilk family that created this event.

  • LETTER: With thanks from the Buttermilk Days Festival Committee

    The 2018 Buttermilk Days Festival Committee would like to take this time to thank all the businesses, organizations, and individuals that helped make our 24th annual festival a tremendous success. 

    First of all, we thank the God above, for once again shining on us with beautiful weather for the entire weekend. 

  • LETTER: Remembering T.T. Etheridge

    The 1960 school year had just started, and my fellow classmates and I had just transferred from Chaplin Elementary to Bloomfield High School.

    I suppose most of us were a little apprehensive about being in a new surroundings and meeting new students and new faculty. One day, however, my apprehension turned into cold fear, I was in the freshman health class and it being a nice summer day, the teacher decided to take us out on the playground to do some calisthenics.

  • LETTER: Gratitude to the many who supported school resource center

    The Bardstown City Schools Family Resource and Youth Services Center would like to extend our appreciation to all individuals and organizations that donated clothing and school supplies to our center in the last few weeks. Specifically, we would like to thank the Bardstown Police Department, My Old Kentucky Home Board of Realtors, American Fuji Seal – Women of Steel, Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, The Rickhouse Restaurant and Communicare for donations of back to school supplies.

  • LETTER: Pick up your dog poop

    Some person is allowing their dog to poop in the elevated planting bed (not on the ground) along the pedestrian alley at the side of the 3rd Street Tap House and is not removing the poop. Big smelly pieces of poop from a big dog.

    Disgusting for residents.

    A big turn-off for tourists.

    Where is your civic pride?

    Nancy Dean

    Bardstown